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BUBBLE GUPPIES: THE PUPPY AND THE RING Available on @NickelodeonDVD

The Bubble Guppies embark on four magical adventures in the all-new Bubble Guppies: The Puppy and the Ring DVD. Join Molly, Gil and their puppy as they venture through the three magical realms of Bubbledom, a mythical land full of secrets and sorcery, where they’ll meet the spritely Flutterguppies, the fun-loving Snow Guppy and the mysterious Underguppy.

This DVD collection also features three additional adventure-filled episodes. Produced by Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Media Distribution, Bubble Guppies: The Puppy and the Ring is available on DVD for the suggested retail price of $14.99.



The Bubble Guppies: The Puppy and the Ring includes the following episodes:

  • The Puppy and the Ring – Bubbledom is in danger when the evil Night Wizard takes the Ring from the benevolent Sun King. Join Molly and Gil as they race to return the Ring of the Sun to its rightful owner by sundown. It could be “night-night” for everyone until the end of time!
  • Sir Nonny the Nice! – Nonny is on a quest to become a real knight. He has a shield and suit of armor, but does he have what it takes to win a knightly game of mini-golf?
  • Bubble-Cadabra! – The Bubble Guppies discover magic when they stand in for a missing magician and attempt the world’s greatest trick–making an elephant disappear.
  • The Wizard of Oz-tralia! – After Molly and Gil meet Bobby, a nature show host from Australia, they can't wait to learn all about Australian animals. From marsupials to the amazing platypus, the Guppies can't get enough of the creatures Down Under.
The Bubble Guppies: The Puppy and the Ring is available wherever Nickelodeon DVDs are sold including Nick.com, Amazon and Walmart.

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